Sarah Garfinkel is a writer living in Cambridge, MA. She studied with the Second City Satire Program. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, Reductress, and other fun sites.
Humor & Satire
The New Yorker
What "Sweater Weather" Is
McSweeney's Internet Tendency
Times I've Silently Belted "Let it Go" to Cope With Corporate Culture
The Unrealized Potential of Dead Disney Moms
New Societal Archetypes -- Now For Men!
Unhappy Hour Menu
Playbill Bios for the Cast of Your Recurring High School Nightmare
A Jewish Mother's Google Search History
Honest Spring Cleaning Intentions
How to Trick Your Hairdresser into Suggesting Bangs So You Don't Have to (a Best of the Year Editor's Pick of 2019)
Heroic Cover-Up Stories for Embarrassing Injuries
Bedbug Influencer Seeking New Instagram Management
Have the Ultimate Spring Break in 'Tica!
What Your College Major Says About Your Life Post-Grad
I'm One of Those People Who Can't Help Being Sooo Nice
Emrys Journal Online
You're Gonna Laugh
Points in Case
The Grinch Shouldn't Be Prosecuted in the Court of Public Opinion
Mealtime Hacks That Guarantee Your Child Will Be a 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals Judge
The Inaugural Sick Day of a Workaholic
How to Form a Bunker Band (And Also, What a Band Is)
If a Tree Falls in the Forest, Was That The Last Tree?
Little Old Lady Comedy
Obituary for Your Willpower Not to Eat All of Your Recently Purchased Girl Scout Cookies in a Single Sitting
Most Recent Additions to the Long List of Ailments That Kombucha Claims to Cure*
Yom Kippur Atonements for the Secular Jew
A 'Headache' of a Family Farm Gets Rebooted As a Jewish Community, With Pickles
8 Nights of Vegetarian Hanukkah Delights
Tell me something funny.
Sarah Garfinkel © 2018